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  • The identical attribute on all three were their smooth tanned shoulders, surreally lined up in a row — I don't know if it we were purposely seated by our sexes, but Wolfgang and I were sat on too-hot benches in one corner, and the women opposite.

    Potsdamer Strasse #3

  • Some years back a woman sued McDonald's for serving too-hot coffee.

    January 10th, 2009

  • I've heard from too many vets and humane officers, struggling to save the lives of such dogs after too much activity on a too-hot day, that the owners were stunned to discover, through tragedy or near-tragedy, that their boxer or Pekingese or Boston terrier or French bulldog is at far higher risk of succumbing in the heat.

    Pet Talk: Pets need protection from the heat too

  • When Chogyi Jake returned, cup of too-hot tea held gingerly before him, he was shaking his head.

    Vicious Grace

  • I sat, opened my book, popped the top from my too-hot tea, and looked out at the street as the sun beat through the window.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • I sat, opened my book, popped the top from my too-hot tea, and looked out at the street as the sun beat through the window.

    Lucky Lady

  • When Chogyi Jake returned, cup of too-hot tea held gingerly before him, he was shaking his head.

    Vicious Grace

  • When Chogyi Jake returned, cup of too-hot tea held gingerly before him, he was shaking his head.

    Vicious Grace

  • Our buddy Millicent has a lot on her mind — like that too-hot latte that just burned her full pink lip.

    Author! Author! » 2010 » June

  • The time of Meg Ryan, Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, and Sandra Bullock has passed and the nerds and their too-hot dates have taken over.

    There’s no “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” » Scene-Stealers

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